Nikolaj Lie Kaas

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Nikolaj Lie Kaas
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Nikolaj Lie Kaas at the 2014 San Sebastian Film Festival
Born (1973-05-22) 22 May 1973 (age 49)
Rødovre, Denmark
OccupationActor
Years active1991–present
Spouse
Anne Langkilde
(m. 2003)

Nikolaj Lie Kaas (Danish:  [ˈne̝koˌlɑjˀ ˈliˀ ˈkʰɔˀs] ; born 22 May 1973) is a Danish actor whose career rose in the 1990s. Kaas graduated from the National Theater School in Denmark in 1998. He first appeared on screen in Søren Kragh-Jacobsen's film The Boys from St. Petri in 1991 as Otto, the rebel son of a traitor.

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Kaas has hosted the Zulu Comedy Galla  [ da ] on Danish TV three times (2009, 2011, 2012).

The son of actor Preben Kaas and actress/writer Anne Mari Lie, [1] Kaas and his wife have two daughters.[ citation needed ] Their daughter Gerda Lie Kaas starred in the lead role of Clara for the Danish juvenile fantasy film, Wild Witch (2018). [2]

In 2002 and 2012, Kaas won the Robert Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. [3]

In 2012, Kaas received the Lauritzen Award. [4]

In 2003, Kaas was named as one of European film's "Shooting Stars" by European Film Promotion.

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1991 The Boys from St. Petri Otto Hvidmann
1994 Carl, My Childhood Symphony Carl 3
1996 David's Book  [ da ]Jacob
1998 The Idiots Jeppe
1999 Possessed Morten
In China They Eat Dogs Martin
Disney's TarzanTarzanVoice only
2000 Max Spacy
Flickering Lights Stefan
2001 Hr. Boe & Co.'s Anxiety  [ da ]Leo
Truly Human P. Robert Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role [5]
Jolly Roger Theobalt
2002 Old Men in New Cars Martin
Open Hearts Joachim
2003 The Green Butchers Bjarne/Eigil
Stealing Rembrandt Kiosk-Karsten
Reconstruction Alex David
Dogville: The PilotTom
2004 Brothers Jannik
2005 The Sun King Tommy
Adam's Apples Holger
Murk Jacob
Allegro Alex in the zone
2006 Clash of Egos Claus Volter
The Ugly Duckling and Me UglyVoice only
Pu-239 Tusk
2007 Just Another Love Story Sebastian
2008 The Candidate Jonas Bechmann
2009 Angels & Demons Mr. Gray/assassin
At World's End Adrian Gabrielsenaka Ved verdens ende
2010ParterapiAnders
The Whistleblower Jan Van Der Velde
2011BeastValdemar
A Funny Man Dirch Passer
Freddy Frogface Freddy FrogfaceVoice only
2012 Forbrydelsen Matthias Borch
Sover Dolly på ryggen  [ da ]Gordon Dennis
2013 The Keeper of Lost Causes Carl Mørck
2014 A Second Chance Tristan
The Absent One Carl Mørck
2015 Child 44 Ivan Sukov
Men and Chicken Gregor Thanatos
2016 Follow the Money/Bedrag Sander SøndergrenTV series
A Conspiracy of Faith Carl Mørck
2017 You Disappear Frederik Halling
2018 The Purity of Vengeance  [ da; de; fa; fr; it; ko; sv ]Carl Mørck
Britannia Divis / The OutcastTV series
2019CollisionLeo Molgard
2020 Riders of Justice Otto
2022 The Kingdom Filip Naver5 episodes

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References

  1. bt.dk – Nikolaj Lie Kaas: Mine forældres selvmord er et traume der vil følge mig altid. Written by Karina Svensgaard, 2 November 2012
  2. Pham, Annika (15 May 2017). "Sonja Richter Cast in Wild Witch". Nordisk Film & TV Fond. Retrieved 5 January 2021.
  3. information.dk – Nikolaj Lie Kaas er rørt over Robert-pris
  4. bt.dk – Sidse Babett og Nikolaj Lie Kaas scorede den store pris
  5. Piil, M. (2008). Gyldendals danske filmguide (in Danish). Gyldendal. p. 468. ISBN   978-87-02-06669-2 . Retrieved 14 June 2021.